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Kawasaki Ki-48 Lily in New Guinea

Kawasaki Lily, Dagua, New Guinea 1945

Aircraft Identification Chart - The RAF's informational and educational guide of planes not to shoot at.

Aircraft Identification Chart

"Flight" British WWII Aircraft Identification Chart of American aircraft.

P-40 B

flown by Lt.Welch at Pearl Harbor Dec based at Hickam Field, and undergoing gunnery drills at another small airfield, allowed a couple of Warhawks to engage and down 3 Japanese aircraft that day.

Kyushu J7W1 Shinden interceptor/fighter. Only two prototypes were built by the Japanese Air Force. Only one remains and is in storage at the NASM in Maryland USA.

The Kyūshū Shinden (震電, "Magnificent Lightning") fighter was a World War II Japanese propeller-driven aircraft prototype that was built in a canard design.

1942 WWII Warplane Identification Chart German and par inpress

1942 WWII Warplane Identification Chart, German and British Air Force


The aerodrome staff adds wing of Japanese carrier-based torpedo bomber

Mitsubishi AIM-6 Zero

Mitsubishi makes cool cars like the Eclpse and Lancer that people love to mod with headlight, taillight, window tints, dash its and of custom accessories.

The Aichi B7A Ryusei (愛知 流星艦上攻撃機 Aichi ryuusei-kanjou-kougeki-ki?) ("Shooting Star", Allied reporting name "Grace") was a large and powerful carrier-borne torpedo-dive bomber produced by Aichi Kokuki KK for the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service during the Second World War. Built in only small numbers and deprived of the aircraft carriers it was intended to operate from, the type had little chance to distinguish itself in combat before the war ended in August 1945.

The requirement for a large torpedo/ dive-bomber for operation from a new, larger class of aircraft carrier caused the Imperial Japanese navy to draw up in 1941 the specification of an aircraft to replace the Nakajima and Yokosuka